Sunny skies have started our day off along with mild temperatures. Through the day, things will warm to be well above average. In fact, most locations will be 15 to 20 degrees warmer than our usual norms. Temperatures this afternoon should top out in the upper 60s to low 70s.
After a quiet and warm stretch of days, a few disturbances look to bring showers and cooler temperatures. Cloud cover will increase tonight, bringing at best a few isolated showers to sprinkles Saturday. This will be followed by increasing shower chances Sunday, with the best opportunity overnight and into early Monday. Showers will diminish into Tuesday, bringing temperatures closer to average for this time of the year.
The next 7 days should be pretty wet. The WPC is suggesting rain totals up to 2.5 inches through next Friday. This comes in the wake of a several day dry stent and ending the month of November below average for precipitation. Unfortunately for you snow lovers, it'll be some time before we see a chance at those flakes.
Take advantage of the warm temperatures today. Cloud cover will increase overnight tonight, but most should stay on the dry side until at least Sunday evening.
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